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Anyone who needs help learning or mastering information about aluminum compounds will benefit from the lessons in this chapter. There is no faster or easier way to learn about aluminum oxide, aluminum sulfate and other compounds. Among those who would benefit are:
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- Complete each lesson in the chapter to review all key topics.
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- Test your understanding of each lesson with a short quiz.
- Complete your review with the Compounds of Aluminum chapter exam.
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Students Will Review:
This chapter summarizes the material students need to know about compounds of aluminum for a standard chemistry course. Topics covered include:
- Comparison of aluminum steel and stainless steel
- Definition and chemical formula for aluminate
- Structure and solubility for copper aluminate
- Formula, solubility, uses and reactions of sodium aluminate
- Reactivity, heat capacity, formula and uses of aluminum oxide
- Molar mass, formula, decomposition, uses and side effects of aluminum chloride
- Toxicity, uses, formula, molar mass and production of aluminum sulfate
1. Aluminized Steel vs. Stainless Steel
Steel is a metallic alloy of iron and a few other elements. In this lesson, we will compare and contrast aluminized steel and stainless steel based on the elements in them and their properties.
2. Aluminate: Definition & Chemical Formula
Aluminates are used for a variety of purposes. In this lesson we will learn what types of compounds are aluminates and how to determine the structure of the aluminate from the chemical formula.
3. Copper Aluminate: Structure & Solubility
Copper(II) aluminate is a ionic compound that contains two polyatomic ions that contains covalent bonds. In this lesson, we will discuss copper aluminate's structure and its solubility.
4. Sodium Aluminate: Formula & Solubility
Sodium aluminate has a wide range of uses in industry. In this lesson, we will develop the formula for sodium aluminate and investigate its solubility.
5. Aluminum Chloride: Formula, Molar Mass & Decomposition
Aluminum chloride has a common use in daily hygiene. In this lesson, we will learn aluminum chloride's formula, molar mass, and see how we can create a decomposition reaction.
6. Aluminum Chloride: Uses, Side Effects & Hazards
In this lesson you will learn about the chemical compound aluminum chloride. The uses, side effects, and hazards of aluminum chloride will be explored.
7. Aluminum Oxide: Formula & Uses
In this lesson, we will take an in-depth look at an inorganic compound called aluminum oxide. Our primary points of discussion will be on the formula/structure and uses of aluminum oxide.
8. Aluminum Oxide: Reactivity & Heat Capacity
Aluminum oxide is the chemical combination of aluminum and oxygen. In this lesson, we will learn about how aluminum oxide makes welding aluminum a challenge, in addition to its reactivity and heat capacity.
9. Aluminum Sulfate: Formula, Molar Mass & Production
Aluminum sulfate is an ionic compound with several uses. In this lesson, we will learn its formula, calculate its molar mass, and discover how it is produced.
10. Aluminum Sulfate: Uses & Toxicity
The uses of aluminum sulfate, or alum as it is commonly known, are discussed in this lesson. Alum is used to dye fibers, tan leather, purify water, and in firefighting foam. The toxicity of aluminum sulfate is also covered.
11. Aluminum Bromide: Chemical Formula, Symbol & Uses
Aluminum bromide is an ionic compound that is formed from aluminum and iodine. In this lesson, we investigate its chemical formula and some of its uses in the laboratory.
12. Aluminum Fluoride: Formula, Structure, Properties & Manufacturing
Alumina fluoride is used to make pure aluminum. In this lesson we will learn about the structure and properties of aluminum fluoride as well as how it is made.
13. Aluminum Iodide: Chemical Formula, Molar Mass & Lewis Structure
Aluminum and iodine combine chemically to form an ionic compound. In this lesson, we'll go through how aluminum iodide's formula is determined and how to calculate its molar mass. We'll also look at its Lewis structure.
14. Aluminum Iodide: Solubility, Reaction & Uses
Aluminum iodide is an ionic compound. In this lesson, we will investigate its solubility, how it is formed and what it will react with, and uses of the compound.
15. Aluminum Iodine: Formula, Equation & Reaction
Aluminum is a metal, and iodine is a halogen. They chemically combine to form aluminium iodide. In this lesson, we will discuss aluminum iodide's formula and the reaction between these elements.
16. Aluminum Nitrate: Formula, Uses & Solubility
Aluminum is a metal and nitrate is a negatively charged polyatomic ion. In this lesson, we will discuss how to determine the formula for aluminum nitrate, what it is used for and its solubility.
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Other chapters within the Organic & Inorganic Compounds Study Guide course
- Carboxilic Acids & Related Compounds
- Compounds of Silver
- Compounds of Ammonia
- Compounds of Iron
- Compounds of Copper
- Silicon & Silicon-Based Compounds
- Allotropy Overview & Common Allotropes
- Non-Aromatic Compounds Overview
- Alcohols in Chemistry
- Basic Hydrocarbons
- Overview of Aldol & Aldolase
- Oxidation Overview